Learning How SD Card Data Recovery Works and When You Need It

Learning How SD Card Data Recovery Works and When You Need It

2018-11-18T00:30:24+00:00 16 May 2018|

An SD card is a memory card used for portable devices such as cameras, tablets, and smartphones. These versatile cards are perfect for providing your smartphone with more memory, as they hold pictures, documents, files, and videos with ease.

Because of this, SD cards could hold some of your most important memories. so protecting those memories from corruption become of vital importance.

How Do SD Cards Work?

What’s convenient about SD cards is their ease of use. You can insert them into your smartphone and your phone will immediately read the card’s contents. If you have pictures loaded onto the SD card, they’ll appear on your phone.

It’s important to note there are some files on your phone such as your text messages, phone calls and emails that won’t transfer over to your phone’s SD card. Instead, they remain on your phone’s internal memory.

Another great aspect of SD cards is their durability. Since it’s a solid piece and doesn’t have moving parts, your SD card is less susceptible to physical damage. Yet, there are ways you can lose your data.

What Could Cause an SD Card to Lose Its Memory?

Corruption can still occur on an SD card, prompting you to use SD file recovery services. This applies if you experience the following issues:

  • You can’t find the pictures on your SD card after inserting it into the port of a cell phone, computer or tablet.
  • The screen registers as black after you insert the card.
  • You receive an error message indicating the device cannot read the card.
  • You don’t have the ability to edit, delete or do anything else with the files on your SD card.

There could be multiple causes that render your SD card’s data inaccessible. While not the most prevalent, physical damage to the card such as bent components or having the card submerged in water for a prolonged period could also contribute to damage.

Another cause of file corruption is malware or spyware on the device you connect the SD card to. To demonstrate, say you have malware on your smartphone at the time you insert your SD card. Not only could it corrupt any files transferring to or from the card, it could make it impossible for you to access the files by contracting them.

Other problems could arise too such as a malfunctioning operating system, resulting in any files you upload or download being inaccessible. You could also pull the card out too fast so it doesn’t have time to transfer files or there could be manufacturing defects.

When you encounter any of these issues, it’s time to do an SD file card recovery.

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What Are SD Card Data Recovery Services?

Unless you’re adept at SD data recovery, it is best to leave these services to the pros. Our team at SALVAGEDATA would be more than happy to help you with any SD card problems you’ll encounter.

Our team is made up of certified engineers who possess a wealth of experience in retrieving data on all SD card models. What’s more, we have the cutting technology necessary to salvage your most important data.

How Much Does SD Card Recovery Cost?

We understand costs play a pivotal role in whether you decide to do SD file recovery. The first step is to recapturing your data is giving us a call or submitting a case on our website. From there, our knowledgeable team can reach out to you to learn more about the problems you’re encountering. It’s at this time you’ll receive a free quote.

There are many factors that influence costs including time spent to retrieve the data and the tools used. Rest assured you’re receiving the best of the best, as we have an excellent success rate in capturing your data. And if for some reason we are unable to, you won’t pay.

This is what makes us different from other SD card data recovery services. We place you first. From the initial call to the end of the data retrieval process, you’ll experience attentive service from a team who knows what they’re doing and you’ll love the result. If you’re ready to receive the service you deserve contact us today!

2 Comments

  1. Leslie Hogan 14 Aug 2018 at 11:01 am - Reply

    I inadvertently deleted about 700 photos from my SD card when trying to change the date in my camera, with the SD card in place.

    How can I retrieve those photos? Should I bring the SD card to your place? I will be in Manhattan this afternoon.

  2. Alexa Davis 23 Aug 2018 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    I’m getting an error message on my phone that says “SD card unsupported” and its asking me if I want to format it. It just starting doing this out of nowhere after I took a picture.

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